TuneLog is an app that logs the songs played by iTunes. It achieves this by receiving and remembering NSNotifications, then saving the logs to .tunes xml files. You can export these to txt files for printing, delete specific songs inside the log, even turn logging on/off through a cutomizable global hotkey. You can try it out by downloading the demo, which is limited to 50 songs per log.
Tips & Tricks
- You can tell if TuneLog is logging by looking at its icon. The red dot lets you know TuneLog is recording your songs,
- You can delete a song (or group of songs) by selecting them in the log and hitting delete. An alert will pop up, to make sure you don't delete a song accidentally. Hit OK, and the selected tracks will disappear from the log... perfect for hiding those embarassing songs you definitely don't have!
- You can save the log to a .txt file by choosing 'File / Export to txt' or cmd-opt-e. Select a filename and hit save, and bada-bing, you can open the text file in an external program, edit text, and even print the log.
- You can launch a song in the log into iTunes by double-clicking it.